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Harman Kardon DVD 30 Technical Sheet
Harman Kardon DVD 30
The New Harman Kardon HKTS 30 5.1 Channel Home Theater Speaker System
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High quality video
High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) for a single wire, digital connection to your HD-Ready screen. Advanced sophisticated MPEG-2 video decoding circuits. Test screen videos available for testing video performance and setup. Pure PAL with NTSC disc due to true NTSC/PAL conversion. Dual-layer compatibility for extended play DVD. Progressive Scan component video ouputs (NTSC and PAL) Playback of JPEG image files
Many convenient features
On-Screen Menu lcons for disc information or player information and access to many major functions of this unit. Subtitles may be displayed in one of numerous languages*. The multi-angle function allows you to choose the viewing angle of scenes which were shot from a number of different angles (Limited to DVDs recorded with multiple camera angles.) Multiple options for dialog language and soundtrack selection (limited to DVDs recorded with multiple dialog languages or soundtracks). Intuitive menu operating system. 4 step Zoom (off, x1, x2, x3) play and pause. Backlit, ergonomically designed remote control. Future software upgrades accessible via Internet. (See information below.) * The number of languages recorded depends on the software.
I Playback capability for CD-R, CD-RW, WMA, JPEG, MP3, DivX, VCD/SVCD, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW and DVD+RW discs may vary due to variations in the quality of the disc and the recorder used to create the disc. I The player is compatible with most discs recorded with files encoded using MP3 or Windows Media 8, as well as JPEG still images. However, note that variations in the encoder or codec used and the bit rate of the encoding may affect the ability to play back a specific disc. As a result, we cannot guarantee complete compatibility with all encoders and versions of the codecs. For best results, we recommend that MP3 files be encoded at bit rates ranging between 32kbps and 320kbps. WMA files should be encoded at bit rates between 64kbps and 320kbps. Although the player is capable of playing some WMA 9 files, not all features of version 9 are supported. JPEG files should contain no more than 5 megapixels, and the file size should be no larger than 5Mb. I SACD discs are available in SACD-only and hybrid formats. Hybrid discs contain a conventional CD-DA (red book) layer, in addition to the high-density SACD layer, that enables the disc to be backwards compatible with conventional optical disc players. The DVD 49 is capable of playing both types of SACD discs. When a hybrid disc is loaded, the DVD 49 will default to playing the SACD layer. I SACD discs are also available in either twochannel or multichannel formats. The DVD 49 will play either format correctly, with multichannel materials being outputted through the 6-Channel Outputs 6. The Player will NOT play the following: DVD discs with a Region Code other than 2 DVD-ROM data discs DVD-RAM discs CD-I discs CD-G discs SVCD discs Kodak Photo CD discs (Kodak Picture CD discs, available to consumers, may be viewed. Discs intended for use in video game consoles. Discs recorded in the VR mode or at any speed other than SP. High-definition optical discs such as WMVHD, HD-DVD and Blu-ray.
H Lights when the disc is in the Fast Search
Forward mode. The on-screen banner display indicates the selected speed (x2, x4, x8, x16)
1 Lights when the disc is paused. G Lights when the disc is in the Fast Search Reverse mode. The on-screen banner display indicates the selected speed (x2, x4, x8, x16)
C Audio Bitstream Indicators: When a Dolby Digital, DTS or linear PCM digital audio signal is present on the disc, one of these indicators will light. DVD-Audio, MP3 and WMA bitstreams will be indicated by the Disc Type Indicator A. D Chapter/Track Number Indicators: When a DVD disc is playing, these two positions in the display will show the current chapter. When a CD disc is playing they will show the current track number.
FRONT PANEL INFORMATION DISPLAY 9
Remote Control Functions
0 POWER ON 1 POWER OFF 2 SUBTITLE 3 TITLE 4 ANGLE 5 AUDIO 6 OK 7 OPEN/CLOSE 8 SETUP 9 ARROWS A INFO B MENU C PAUSE D STATUS E SKIP/STEP (PREVIOUS) F SKIP/STEP (NEXT) G PLAY H SEARCH/SLOW REVERSE I STOP J SEARCH/SLOW FORWARD K DIMMER L RETURN M ZOOM N SOURCE O FIND P A-B Repeat Q V.OFF R LIGHT S NUMERIC KEYS T PLAY MODE U CLEAR V IR EMITTER W HD MODE SELECTOR X RANDOM
V 0 D L N E G X F I C P 5 M A 4 Q W K 1 B 6 J
T O S R
0 POWER ON: Turns on the player when it is in standby mode (Harman Kardon logo appears on screen). 1 POWER OFF: Turns off the player to standby mode. 2 SUBTITLE: When a DVD is playing, press to select a subtitle language or to turn subtitles off. Note: Due to the variations in how DVD discs are authored, the subtitle languages displayed by the player may not accurately reflect the actual languages available on the disc. It is recommended that subtitles be selected using the discs menu.
3 TITLE: When a disc is playing, press to make the player go back to the first section of the disc. If you are playing a DVD-Audio disc that contains other formats the player is capable of playing, such as linear PCM or Dolby Digital 5.1, pressing this button may enable you to switch playback from one audio format to another. 4 ANGLE: Press to access various camera angles on a DVD (If the DVD contains multiple camera angles) or to rotate JPEG images. 5 AUDIO: Press to access various audio languages on a DVD (If the DVD contains multiple audio streams).
Connecting to a Receiver
When using the player with an audio/video receiver or processor, connect it as follows. First, make one of the video connections (Composite Video C, S-Video D, Component Video E or HDMI H) to the video input jacks on the A/V receiver, and then connect the receivers video monitor output to the TV. In addition, to benefit from the high-resolution surround sound formats recorded on DVD-Audio or SACD (DVD 49 only) discs, which are not output via the HDMI connection, you will need to make the 6-Channel Audio Connection A to your receiver or processor. Second, if your receiver or processor is not HDMIcapable, make either the Optical Digital Audio Connection G or the Coaxial Digital Audio Connection F, to the receiver or processor. IMPORTANT NOTE: Make certain that any device being connected, including the player, your receiver or processor and your TV or video display, is turned off whenever you make connections between products.
Front Speakers (Left/Right)
Surround Speakers (Left/Right)
Dolby Digital/DTS A/V Receiver or Processor
HDMI, DVI, Component, S-video and/or Composite video monitor outputs
To optical digital audio input connectors G
To HDMI or DVI port H
To coaxial digital audio input connectors F E
To Y (green)/ Pb (blue)/ Pr (red) component video connectors D
To S-video input connectors
To video input connectors (yellow)
To analog audio input connectors (red/white) on the TV or receiver (see above) A
To 6-channel analog audio inputs on receiver To power outlet (AC 230V/50Hz)
14 SETUP AND CONNECTIONS
Insert the batteries supplied while observing the correct (+) and () polarities.
Remote control operation range
Point the remote control unit from no more than about 7 m from the remote control sensor and within about 60 degrees of the front of the unit.
Service life of batteries
I The batteries normally last for about one year, although this depends on how often, and for what operations, the remote control is used. I If the remote control unit fails to work even when it is operated near the player, replace the batteries. I Use size AA batteries. Notes: I Do not attempt to recharge, short-circuit, disassemble, heat or throw the batteries into fire. I Do not drop, step on or otherwise impact the remote control unit. This may damage the parts or lead to malfunction. I Do not mix old and new batteries. I Wipe away any leakage inside the remote control unit, and install new batteries. I If leakage should come into contact with parts of your body, wash it off thoroughly with water. I Batteries contain chemical substances and we recommend that you dispose of them properly and in compliance with any local regulations. Do not simply throw them away but return to your dealer or special battery disposal centers. I The operating distance may vary according to the brightness of the room. Notes: I Do not point bright lights at the remote control sensor. I Do not place objects between the remote control unit and the remote control sensor. I Do not use this remote control unit while simultaneously operating the remote control unit of any other equipment.
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Digital Audio Connections
Audio output from the units optical/coaxial digital audio output connector
Gently push the cable plug through the built-in shutter that covers the optical digital audio output and connect the cable firmly so that the configurations of both the cable and the connector match.
Sound recording format Optical/coaxial digital audio output
For your reference:
I Dolby Digital (AC-3) is a digital sound compression technique developed by the Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation, supporting 5.1-channel surround sound, as well as stereo (2-channel) sound, this technique enables a large quantity of sound data to be efficiently recorded on a disc. I Linear PCM is a signal recording format used in CDs. While CDs are recorded in 44.1kHz/16 bit, DVDs are recorded in 48kHz/16 bit up to 96kHz /24 bit. I If you have a Dolby Pro Logic Surround decoder connected to the DVDs analog AUDIO OUT connectors, thanks to the Downmix function of the DVD you will obtain the full benefit of Pro Logic from the same DVD movies that provide full 5.1-channel Dolby Digital soundtracks, as well as from titles encoded with Dolby Surround. I The DVD is designed to digitally output 96kHz-PCM audio with a 96kHz sampling rate. However, some 96kHz DVD's may include copy protection codes that do not permit digital output. For full 96kHz fidelity from these discs, use the analog outputs of the DVD. IMPORTANT: If your surround processor/D/A converter does not support 96kHz PCM audio, you must use the DVD analog outputs for full 96kHz fidelity with these discs.
Figure 2 Figure 1
A Main Menu Line B Submenus C Current Settings D Instruction Line The Setup menu screens follow the same basic format. Select a menu by highlighting its tab on the left side of the screen. The menus settings will be previewed, but you will not be able to make any changes. See Figure 2. Press the OK Button to make adjustments to the menu.
Most DVDs are created to allow setup menus to be displayed while the disc is playing, superimposed over the video playback. However, some discs are authored in a way that does not allow this. If you see the icon displayed on the screen after pressing the Setup Button 8 or the Info Button A, press the Stop Button I and then press the Setup or Info Button 8A again.
Press OK to change display language
The first setting in the menu will automatically be selected. If you wish to change its value, press the OK Button to view the available options in a dropdown menu, as shown in Figure 2b. Use the KL Buttons to highlight the desired option, and press the OK Button to select it.
Set Up Menu
The first step in checking or changing the system defaults is to access the Setup Menu. First, make certain that the player is properly connected to a video display, and that power is connected. For this process, however, you do not need to load any discs into the unit. During STOP, PAUSE or PLAY mode, if you press SETUP on the remote, the Set Up Menu appears on the screen. This Main Menu and all menus in the following section may look different, listing the settings with different languages, depending on the settings made previously. With the factory default setting all languages are set to English, thats why with all menus the English version is shown in the manual. In the SET-UP Menu you will find submenus for making or changing all settings and adjustments for both Audio and Video handling of your player.
If you wish to close the dropdown menu without changing the setting, press the Return Button. The System Setting Submenu contains the following settings. Follow the explanations in the Instruction Line on the bottom of your screen to change the settings. Display Language: Sets the language in which the OSD menus are shown on your screen. Preferred Subtitle Language: Defines your preferred subtitle language. Every time a disc will be played that contains this subtitle language, it will be shown automatically. If you do not find
18 SYSTEM SETUP
your preferred language in the list of options, you can select your preferred language by highlighting OTHER. Press OK and use the Navigation Buttons to select your preferred language from the list shown on the screen. Note that only those languages will be available that are actually on the DVD you would like to play. You can also set the preferred subtitle language to OFF. In that case no subtitles will be shown. Panel Time-Out: Sets the time-out interval for the Front Panel Information Display. After the selected time, the display will dim completely. Status Bar Time-Out: Sets the time-out interval for the Status Bar, after which the Status Bar will disappear from the screen. Parental Control: Defines a password used to control viewing of restricted programs. The default password is 1234. After pressing the default password, either the parental control setting can be chosen, or a new password. The five standard US rating symbols are G (General, level 2), PG (Parental Guidance, level 4), PG13 (Parental Guidance and 13 years old, level 4), R (Restricted, level 6) and NC 17 (from 17 years old, level 7). The DVD will accommodate a total of eight rating steps, as set by the DVD creators. These additional steps allow for more critical control of program playback for all audiences. Level 8: All DVDs can be played. Levels 7 to 2: DVDs for general audiences/ children can be played. Level 1: DVDs for children can be played; DVDs for adults/general audiences are prohibited. Follow the explanations on the screen to set a new password. Disc Recognition: This setting controls the Disc Recognition feature. When turned on, it allows you to pause a DVD, remove it from the player, play another disc, and then resume playback of the original disc at a later time from the point at which you paused. Note that even when the setting is activated, you must pause playback, rather than bring it to a full stop, and the unit must not be turned off between discs. The player is capable of storing the information for up to five DVDs at a time. Screen Saver: Activates a Screen Saver to prevent an image to burn into a video display device. If you connect the player to a LCD or plasma screen or video projector, we recommend you activate the screen saver at all times. Show Angle Icon: Determines whether the Angle Icon will appear on the screen when there are different angles available on a DVD disc. Closed Caption: This setting enables viewing of closed caption messages, if they have been encoded in the video material. Closed captions are text displays of the programs dialogue, normally hidden from view, that are made available for the hearing-impaired or others. Select the ON setting to activate the closed captioning decoder so that these messages may be viewed. Auto Play: Change this setting to On to play any loaded disc automatically when the player is turned on. At the default Off setting, you will have to begin playback manually. (one per channel) will be output through the HDMI Output for playback by your receiver. Bitstream: This setting may be used with receivers that are capable of decoding digital multichannel formats from the HDMI stream. Off: Use this setting if your receiver is not capable of processing the audio portion of the HDMI stream and you have made a separate digital audio connection from the player to the receiver. No audio will be passed to the HDMI Output. PCM Limit: This setting affects playback of highresolution (96kHz or greater) audio materials. If your receiver is capable of handling signals greater than 48kHz, select the No Limit setting. If your receiver is not capable of resolving these signals, or if you arent sure of your receivers capabilities, select the 48kHz setting. At the 48kHz setting, high-resolution materials will be downsampled to 48kHz. If you select the No Limit setting when your receiver is not capable of processing high-resolution signals, you will not hear any audio when these materials are played. Note: Due to copyright restrictions, the player will not output an uncompressed signal in the PCM format from a disc recorded with 96kHz/24bit resolution, such as some DTS audio CDs. If the Digital Output setting in the Audio Setup submenu is set to PCM, the player will always output the original DTS 96/24 signal. Changing the PCM Limit setting to 48kHz will have no effect. Dynamic Range: This setting allows you to take advantage of the programming present on some Dolby Digital recordings to reduce the volume of louder passages while maintaining intelligibility of quieter passages. This means that you may listen to programs at a level that allows the full impact of a soundtrack to be heard at a volume that is lower than you might otherwise use to avoid disturbing others. The player accomplishes this by compressing the audio to a greater or lesser degree, depending on which setting you choose. Three options are available: MAXIMUM does not make any changes to the original playback, and should be used when the volume setting in the listening room may be as loud as you desire. MEDIUM applies a moderate amount of compression so that louder passages are a little bit quieter. MINIMUM applies more compression so that louder passages are much softer. Feel free to experiment with the settings at any time. Note that if your receiver or processor also allows you to program the dynamic range setting, also known as the Night Mode, you do not need to make any adjustments on the player and should leave the setting at MAXIMUM. ENGLISH
After checking for speaker placement, let the test noise circulate again, and listen to see which channels sound louder than the others. Using the front left speaker as a reference, press the KL Navigation Button 9 on the remote when the text of the loudspeaker to be adjusted is lit in blue, to bring all speakers to the same volume level. When one of the KL buttons is pushed, the test noise circulation will pause on the channel being adjusted to give you time to make the adjustment. When you release the button, the circulation will resume after five seconds. The onscreen cursor-bar and the test noise can also be moved directly to the speaker to be adjusted by pressing the buttons 9 on the remote. Continue to adjust the individual channels until the volume level sounds the same from each speaker. Note that adjustments should be made with the KL Navigation Button 9 on the remote only, and should be confirmed by pressing the OK Button 6 before continuing adjusting the next channel. If you are using a sound-pressure level (SPL) meter for precise level adjustment with the test tone, set the individual output level for each channel so that the meter reads 75dB, C-Weighted Slow. After all settings are made turn the main volume down. You may also make these same adjustments with complete manual control over the channel being adjusted by pressing the KL Navigation Button 9 until the blue cursor-bar is highlighting the Test Tone -line on the menu, pressing the OK Button 6 and then using the KL Navigation Button 9 to select MANUAL. In the MANUAL mode, the test tone will also start immediately, but the tone will only be moved to another channel by pressing the KL Navigation Button 9. When the manual sequencing mode is active, the tone is turned off by pressing the KL Navigation Button 9 until the blue cursor-bar is highlighting the Test Tone -line, followed by pressing the OK Button 6 and the / Navigation Button 9 is then pressed to select OFF in the highlighted video. If you find that the output levels are either uncomfortably low or high, you may repeat the procedure. Return to Step 2 and adjust the master volume either slightly higher or lower to accommodate your particular room layout and your tastes. You may repeat this procedure as many times as necessary to achieve a desired
Video Out Resolution: This setting may be used to change the video output resolution. It affects the Component Video Outputs and the HDMI Output, but with different allowed settings depending upon whether the HDMI Output is in use. This setting may also be changed by pressing the Video Mode Button on the remote repeatedly to cycle through the available settings options.
22 SYSTEM SETUP
When you activate the Test Screen via the OSD you can activate a still image to test all settings and the video performance of your TV. With the vertical color bars you can test the following: I proper color intensity setting on your TV, I the proper color of each bar, showing if the proper video standard is turned on: the colors should be (left to right): black, white, yellow, cyan (turquoise), green, magenta (purple), red, blue, black. I proper color transition, seen as sharp separation of the bars, S-Video will be better than Video, RGB best of all. I the performance of the color filter in your TV (with Video signals), bar edges should show no vertical crawling dots. Here S-Video and RGB formats usually give no problems. With the grey scale and the black/white fields below the color bars the brightness and contrast of your screen can be adjusted optimally, see chapter TV Picture Adjustment below. Contrast adjustment: 1. Adjust the contrast on your TV until you see a bright white bar in the bottom right corner of the screen and a deep dark black bar at the left. The optimal contrast setting will depend on your preference and the surrounding light in the TV room. 2. If the brightness of the white bar no longer increases while turning up the contrast or when the borders of the white harman/kardon text letters on top bloom (overlight) into the black areas, drastically reducing the sharpness of the script, then the Contrast has been turned up too much. Reduce the contrast until these effects disappear and the video still looks realistic. 3. If you are watching TV in normal ambient daylight, adjust the Contrast so that a normal video picture has about the same look as the surroundings in your room. This helps the eyes relax when watching the TV picture. This contrast setting may be reduced when the surrounding light is dimmed, usually improving the sharpness of a video a lot. 4. The grey scale in the middle line needs to have the same clear difference between each bar as before the contrast adjustment. If not, go back to the brightness adjustment and repeat step 3 and then the contrast adjustments, making only minor adjustments each time for optimisation. Color adjustment. 1. When the Brightness and the Contrast are set optimally, turn up the color control to the level of your perference. Adjust to the level where the colors look strong but still natural, not overdone. If the color level is too high, depending on the TV, some of the bars will seem wider or the color intensity will not increase as the control is turned up. Then the color control must be reduced again. At the end you should test the color intensity also with a video, e.g. pictures of natural faces, flowers, fruit and vegetables and other well known natural articles of our life most useful for an optimal setting of the color intensity. 2. If your TV has a Tint option (with most European TVs this is available or effective only with NTSC signals, not with PAL), use the large white bar below the Greyscale to tweak the warmth of the picture. Every viewer has a difference in preference of how the glow of the picture should be. Some prefer a little colder picture, some a warmer glow. The Tint function on your TV and the white bar can be used to control this. Adjust the Tint to the level where you feel the white color has the tone you prefer. Sharpness Adjustment Contrary to intuition, the picture will appear sharper and clearer with the sharpness, or Edges, setting backed off from the maximum setting. Reduce the sharpness setting on your television, and the Edges setting on the video adjustments menu if necessary, to minimize the appearance of any white lines between the bars in the gray scale portion of the test screen. Convergence and Edge Focus The crosshatch pattern that surrounds the test screen may be used to evaluate edge focus and convergence in front- or rear-projection video displays. However, the controls used to adjust these parameters are often not user-accessible. In any event, these adjustments are extremely complex, and require proper training and experience to avoid worsening the situation. Therefore, it is recommended that if you are unable to improve the picture using the available controls, contact the video display manufacturers authorized service representative for assistance. When all desired setup and configuration entries have been made, use the KL Navigation Buttons 9 until Done is highlighted at the bottom of the Video Adjustments submenu. Press the OK Button 6 to select it to return to the on-screen menu system. Then, press the Setup Button 8 to remove the menu displays from the screen. The unit will return to normal operation and you are ready to enjoy the finest in DVD or CD playback! ENGLISH
100% Black/White fields
TV Picture Adjustment with Test Screen
These adjustments may be done now, but you can also make them after setup has been finalized. Brightness adjustment: 1. Turn down the color control on your TV until the color bars are visible in black and white. 2. Adjust the contrast to the lowest level where you still can see all bars within the grey scale in the test picture separately and clearly. 3. Adjust the Brightness so that the bars in the grey scale are all visible. The bar farthest to the left has to be as black as possible rather than grey but the next one must be clearly differentiated. All the bars in the grey scale should gradually and evenly change from black to whiter, going from left to right.
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Using the Player Information Menu
Press the Info Button to view the Info Display (see Figure 6). This display differs from the other Status Displays in that it is informational only, although in some cases you may notice changes in the display as you enter some commands. The Info Display is only available for DVDs. It is also available for VCDs and JPEGs, but in a different format which is described in the sections pertaining to those types of discs. Video Standard: The discs format is shown here. For Region 2 players, this will normally be PAL, although some DVDs that are open region (playable in all regions) may be in the NTSC format. Scan Type: This line displays whether the video program on the DVD was recorded with a progressive or interlaced scan rate. It also displays how the program is being played back, based on the setting established in the VIDEO SETUP submenu as shown on page 21. When you have finished viewing the Player menus, press the Info Button A to remove the displays from the screen and return to normal play.
Using the On-Screen Status Display
When a DVD is playing, you may press the Status Button D at any time to view a quick summary of the discs playback status. The Status Bar not only gives you a snapshot of the units current state; it also provides an easy way to select a different title, chapter or track, or use the time search feature.
Source: This line indicates the media source you have selected. Format: This line indicates the disc format, i.e. DVD Video or DVD Audio. Disc ID: If the disc is encoded with an identification label, it will appear here. Audio Resolution: This line displays the sample rate and bit rate for the current audio format. Audio Format: This line displays the current audio track, such as Dolby Digital 5.1 or linear PCM. Video Bit Rate: This line displays the video bit rate up to the limit of 10 Mbps. This indication will vary as a disc is played in response to changes in the amount of compression that was applied to the video signal when the disc was created. Thus, when the disc is stopped or paused, this line will remain blank. Aspect Ratio: This line displays the aspect ratio of the video content on the disc, and the format in which it is being played back according to the setting established in the VIDEO SETUP submenu as shown on page 21. Some discs may contain two versions of the same program with a widescreen aspect ratio on one side of the disc, and a standard aspect ratio on the other.
Many functions operate the same way for CD playback as for DVD play; however, there are some important differences. When a CD is loaded, the player will automatically begin playing. The Contents Menu will appear on screen (see Figure 7 - CD Contents Menu).
Figure 7a Find Menu (CD Playing)
4. During playback, you may move one by one through the tracks at any time by pressing the Skip Reverse (Previous)/Skip Forward (Next) Buttons. When you press the Previous or Skip Reverse Button once, the player will return to the start of the current track. Additional presses of either button will step back through the available tracks, one at a time. View: This setting allows you to select which files stored on a disc you wish to access. For commercial audio CDs, this command is not available, as only audio tracks are stored on the disc.
Figure 7 CD Contents Menu
The disc type is indicated in the upper left corner. For discs containing file folders, such as compressed-audio or image files you create on your PC, the hierarchy of folders is listed here as well. The main display area is divided into two columns. The left column lists the tracks, highlighting the current track. For discs containing more than eight tracks, the list scrolls. The current track is also listed at the bottom of the screen. A play mode icon indicates the current playback status (the disc is stopped in this case). Tracks Select a track for playback in one of several ways: 1. Use the Navigation Buttons to highlight the desired track and press the OK Button to begin play. 2. Use the Numeric Keys to enter the desired track number. Play will begin immediately.
Time Display: This setting controls the time display that appears in the lower right corner of the screen and on the DVD 49s front panel. Select from: Track Elapsed: Displays the elapsed time of the current track. Track Remain: Counts down the remaining time for the current track. Disc Elapsed: Displays the elapsed time for all tracks played thus far on the disc. Disc Remain: Counts down the remaining time to play the rest of the tracks on the disc. Repeat Play: This setting controls whether the tracks are repeated. Track: Repeats the track currently playing until play is manually stopped. The Repeat Indicators will light in the front-panel display. All: Repeats all tracks on the disc until play is manually stopped. The Repeat and All Indicators will light in the front-panel display. Off: Normal playback of the current track followed by all remaining tracks on the disc, unless the Random or Programmed play functions have been selected.
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Format: This command is not used for CDs. Its purpose is to reformat the other media, memory cards or a USB flash drive. Reformatting a memory card or flash drive will destroy any contents on the media. Selecting a Media Source (DVD 49 only) The DVD 49 has four media source inputs: the Disc Player, Card Slot 1 (for SD and Memory Stick cards), Card Slot 2 (for Compact Flash I cards), the USB Port (for USB flash drives). The Disc Player is always available for selection as the media source, even when no disc is loaded. The card slots and the USB Port are only available when media has been installed. By default, the Disc Player is always selected as the media source upon powering up the DVD 49. To select a new media source, press the Source Button on either the top panel or remote. A menu similar to the one shown in Figure 7b will appear. It is not possible to select any of the solid-state media sources when no card or drive is present, and when that is the case, those icons will appear dimmed in the source selection menu and it will not be possible to highlight them for selection.
A-B Repeat Play
The Repeat A-B function allows you to select any portion of a CD and have it repeat continually until the unit is manually stopped. To initiate a Repeat A-B playback sequence, follow these steps while a disc is playing: 1. Press the A-B Repeat Button P on the remote when you want to choose the beginning point; the Repeat icon appears in the upper right corner of the screen, followed by A- to indicate the beginning of the passage to be repeated. 2. Press the A-B Repeat Button P again to choose the end point. Repeat A-B has been set, and the A-B section will be played continuously. 3. Press the A-B Repeat Button P on the remote again to cancel Repeat A-B mode.
Video Off Feature
During CD playback, some listeners may prefer to turn off the video circuitry. Although the video section is electrically isolated from the audio section, some users may prefer to turn the video displays off during audio playback to prevent any possibility of interference between audio and video. You may also wish to turn the video display off if you find the menu system distracting or unnecessary during CD playback. IMPORTANT NOTE: It is strongly recommended that plasma video display owners use the Video Off feature to avoid burn-in. To turn the video displays off while a CD is playing, simply press the Video Off Button Q. Press the button again to restore the video output. The V-Off Indicator G will light to remind you that the video displays have been turned off. Note that the video output will automatically be restored each time the player is turned on.
SACD Discs (DVD 49 only)
SACD discs are a vast improvement in sound quality over the original compact disc. Due to improvements in laser technology, SACDs allow information to be packed more densely on the disc, which in turn means that more information than ever may be stored on a single disc. The benefit to the audiophile listener is improved resolution and quality of 2-channel recordings, and a whole new world of multichannel audio recordings. Some earlier SACD discs contain only a twochannel program. Newer discs may contain both a 2-channel and a multichannel version of the same materials. As described on page 22, a setting in the Audio Setup submenu is used to select between 2-channel and multichannel SACD playback, or to select the CD layer of the disc. Check the jacket of your disc to ascertain which formats are available. Note that this setting needs to be made with either no disc in the drawer, or with the drawer open. SACD playback requires the use of the 6Channel Audio Outputs 6 or the Analog Audio Outputs 9 (for 2-channel playback only). If only the Optical 0 or Coaxial Digital Audio Outputs 1 are used, no sound will be heard. Random play and programmed playlists are not supported for SACD discs. Also, it is not possible to clear the Player Information screens from the display, although you may press the Video Off Button Q to turn off the video display altogether.
Figure 8 Data File Contents Menu
This Contents Menu is similar to the one used for CDs. However, it displays data files and is capable of displaying a hierarchy of folders, if the media is structured as such.
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MP3 or WMA Disc Playback MP3 and WMA discs may contain 200 tracks or even more. To get the best overview about all tracks on the disc and their names and to select them comfortably, use the on-screen display rather than the front-panel display. The frontpanel display will only show the number and the elapsed time of the track being played for WMA files. The supported bit rate for WMA files is between 64k bits and 320k bits. The supported bit rate for MP3 files is between 32k bits and 320k bits. To select a folder (if any), press the KL Navigation Buttons 9 until the desired folder name is high-lighted, then press the OK Button 6. To select a track, press the KL Navigation Buttons 9 until the desired track name is highlighted. To start play of the track selected on the list, press the OK Button 6 or Play Button 4G. During MP3/WMA playback, some of the standard CD/DVD playback controls operate in their normal fashion: You may skip forward to the next track on the disc by pressing the Skip/Next Button 7F. You may skip back to the previous track on the disc by pressing the Skip/Prev Button 6E. Press the Pause Button 4C to momentarily stop playback. Press the Play Button 4G to resume play. Press the Stop Button 5I to enter stop mode. Press the Search Forward 7F or Search Reverse 6E buttons, for fast search of a track. Press the Play 4G, Pause 4C or Stop Button 5I to end fast play. Slow-play is not available during MP3/WMA playback. You may play an MP3 or WMA disc in random mode like a normal CD. You may also access the Random function while an MP3 or WMA disc is playing by change the MODE line in the menu. The Repeat function may be activated during playback of MP3 or WMA disc in the REPEAT line on the menu. The repeat menu scrolls through the option's of off,Track (repeat one file), All (repeat all files). The Repeat A-B is available during MP3/WMA playback. NOTES ON MP3 AND WMA PLAYBACK The player is only compatible with standard MP3- and WMA-encoded discs. Other compressed audio formats used for Internet audio downloads will not play. Due to the differences in various versions of the MP3 and WMA formats, and the many differences between the CD-R machines used to record discs on a computer, it is possible that some discs, memory cards or other blank media may not play, even though they will work on a computer. This is normal and does not indicate a fault with the unit. If a disc containing MP3, WMA and/or JPEG files is created in more than one session, the player may not recognize files added during the later sessions, especially if the disc was finalized after the first session. When a disc with multiple folders is playing, only tracks from one folder can be displayed and played at a time. Select the desired folder and press the Play Button 4G or OK Button 6 to start the first track. To see and play tracks from other folders, you must first select the root folder using the KL Navigation Buttons 9, and press the OK Button 6 to open or close that folder. You may then navigate an open folder and select the desired folder. Press the OK Button 6 to open the folder, and select the desired track. Then press the Play Button 4G. Only stereo audio playback is available for MP3 and WMA discs. JPEG Playback The player is capable of recognizing JPEG stillimage files and displaying them. When a disc or folder containing JPEG files is loaded, the JPEG Disc-Type Indicator will light in the Main Information Display 0. The Contents menu will appear, and you may be able to select files in the same way as CD tracks, MP3 and WMA files. The following functions unique to JPEG files are available: Zoom: While an image is displayed, press the Zoom Button to enlarge it up to 3x. Each press cycles through the options of 2x, 3x and normal size. Rotation: While an image is displayed, press any of the NavigationButtons to rotate the image. Each button applies a fixed number ofdegrees of rotation:
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Figure 11b Edit Mode Setting
NOTE: With Edit Mode turned on, you will not be able to navigate through a hierarchy of folders on a data disc, other than scrolling through items in the current folder view. To resume navigation, for example if you wish to add items from different folders to your play list, remember to change the Edit Mode setting to Off, and then return it to On when you are ready to select tracks or files.
Figure 11 Play Mode Menu (disc stopped)
Step Three: The Mode line will be highlighted. If it isnt, use the KL Buttons to highlight it. Press the OK Button repeatedly until the Mode setting changes to Program. Step Four: Now use the Navigation Buttons to move the on-screen cursor to the first step in the play list on the right side of the Play Mode Menu.
Programming a Playlist From an Audio CD or Data Source When an audio or data (MP3, WMA, JPEG, MPEG) CD, or a memory card (DVD 49 only) or USB drive (DVD 49 only) containing data files, is loaded, the Contents Menu appears. Play lists may be programmed using the Control Commands section of the Contents Menu, as follows:
Step Three: You may now select items to be added to your play list. Use the Navigation Buttons to return to the Contents listing on the left side of the screen and to highlight each desired selection. Press the OK Button to select it, and a check mark will appear to the right. See Figure 11c (Selecting a Track). Step Five: When you have selected the desired tracks, scroll to the Add to Program line of the Control Commands, and press the OK Button. All of the selected items will be copied to the play list, and the check marks will disappear. Step Six: To view the play list, scroll up to the Program View line and press the OK Button. The screen will change to display the contents of your programmed play list. See Figure 11f (Programmed Play List). ENGLISH PROGRAMMING 31
Figure 11c Selecting a Track
NOTE: If more than one track is selected, they will be added to the play list in the discs native order. If you wish to order them differently, select each track one at a time and add them to the program individually in the desired order. Step Four: You may select all items in the current view to add to the play list by moving the cursor to the Select All line of the Control Commands and pressing the OK Button. See Figures 11d and 11e (Select All Command and All Tracks Selected). This command is particularly useful for programming data files, where you wish to select all files in a folder.
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